Sears "Maid of Honor" Ovenware 1 Quart Casserole Dish with Warming Serving Tray Wheat Pattern c. 1950's
Product Description: Not every day do we find a mid-century "Maid of Honor" Bake and Serve Dish with Warming/Serving Tray in the wheat pattern. This set made for Sears, Roebuck & Company most likely during the 1950's for their "Maid of Honor" Kitchenware line appears to never been used. It is complete with glass lid, warming/serving tray and candle to keep your dishes warm. With the original label still intact, this set is a definite find for any vintage kitchenware collector.
Note: Original box not included. Refer to "Condition" for additional information
Care: Not intended for dishwasher use. Mild soap and warm water recommended.
Circa: Most likely 1950's
Server: Length (handle to handle): 13 1/4"
Dish: Length (handle to handle): 9 3/4"
Overall Height: 6"
Capacity: 1 Quart
Product Weight: 3 pounds
Type: Casserole Dish
On the bottom of dish: Maid of Honor, Bake and Serve Ware, Made in U.S.A
On sticker/label: Refer to Photograph
Color: Wheat/Tan on White
Material: Glass, Metal
Condition: Previously owned - used. Good condition. No chips or cracks. Scuffs and rubs on the brass plating server. Original candle in base. Original label inside the dish is still intact with one corner curl.
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